1 x 200 3:15
3 x 100 1:45
2 x 100 IM/stroke 1:45
3 x 100 1:30
4 x 50 :50 desc
1 x 125 free mod 2:00
1 x 100 IM/stroke 2:00
1 x 75 kick 2:00
2 x 300 long & strong 4:15
6 x 100 desc 1-3/4-6 1:30
12 x 50 3 strong/1 easy :50
4 x 50 1:00
Q: Why should I attend the USMS Clinic Course for Coaches?
A: Frankly, the demand from adults seeking stroke development clinics far outweighs the supply of clinics provided by well-trained coaches with stroke technique skills. USMS developed the Clinic Course for Coaches (CCC) to increase the supply of Masters coaches who desire the pathway and skills necessary to host a successful clinic. This course provides coaches with a proven method to build a more efficient stroke through a series of progressive drills isolating specific body mechanics.
Many Masters coaches have strong stroke correction skills which serve them well during swim practice or a private lesson. However, the objective of a stroke development clinic is to provide a group of swimmers, of all ability levels, stroke improvement that is measurable both subjectively and objectively and is sustainable.
Masters coaches attending the CCC receive:
A classroom presentation that includes:
Instructions to conceptualize, plan and implement a successful clinic.A detailed timeline for the clinic delivery leading up to and during the clinicA proven instructional method delivered through a specific series of drills and skills that isolate specific body mechanics and progressively builds a more efficient stroke.Narrated drill videos (available to the coach after the course.)
On deck experience during a stroke development clinic including:
Watching a mentor coach deliver the clinic as instructed in the classroom and course textbookFeedback from mentor coachesPractical experience with actual Masters swimmers
So, if you want to learn how to put on a clinic and what to do during a clinic, you should consider attending one of the CCC listed here.